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Centrist voters are being squeezed by anarchy in the UK - Times Article

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Centrist voters are being squeezed by anarchy in the UK - Times Article

Centrism is not dead in Britain but the old politics of left versus right might be, a victim of the turmoil sweeping democracies across the West.

Because “populist” has become a pejorative term, we should think of the movements and voters driving this turmoil as “anarchist”. These voters are united by their opposition to, and distrust of, our political systems.

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Published in the Times on 18th September 2019

Mirko Draca, CAGE Director

For more information about this research see:

SMF Briefing paper: Anarchy in the UK (and Everywhere Else): The Ideological Roots of Populism

Press release: Left vs Right is dead- politics is about anarchists vs centrists, new study shows

CAGE Advantage article: Anarchy in the UK (and everywhere else)